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A festooning restaurant or Dine Sky (Dinner in the Sky) is like a metal pavilion lifting up the hoist crane. It has a length of 8m and a width of 3 meters, consists of two sections, a basement, which is attached to tables and chairs and from the roof. The floors are made of special reinforcing steel and represent a chain of twisted and welded joints. All elements of this structure, from bulk to welded German, have passed quality assurance and have appropriate certificates.

The restaurant, which is traveling to Armenia, has passed a 10 ton certification for all the units. It means that they can carry up to 10 tons of weight. The restaurant is made by ACE in Dubai.

In a festooning restaurant, there will be 22 chairs placed around a commonly-arranged table. Chairs are made of carbon-fibre. The chairs are very similar in style and comfort to the sports car benches. Each bench is attached to the main junction with a separate rope and has three safety belts. Chefs and waiters go up to heaven with 22 visitors. There is a free space between the tables where the waiters and chefs work.